Omega Healthcare Investors Inc. could become a $10 billion company after the Hunt Valley real estate trust that owns skilled nursing and assisted-living facilities announced a deal Friday to acquire Chicago-based Aviv REIT Inc.
Local small businesses will be recognized by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce and the Carroll County Department of Economic Development on Nov. 6 at the 8th Annual Carroll County Small Business Awards.
The number of college-educated people ages 25 to 34 living within three miles of Baltimore's central business district increased 92 percent between 2000 and 2010, according to a new analysis of census data. The growth occurred despite an overall decline in population in those neighborhoods.
With volatility in the stock market shaking up investors, Jonathan Murray, a financial adviser at Hunt Valley-based UBS Financial Services, says people should keep a long-term outlook and accept such corrections as normal.
The Baltimore region has been less affected by federal spending cuts than other parts of the state, helping to make it a bright spot in an otherwise lackluster Maryland economy, a federal economist said Thursday.
Thursday, Oct. 16 marked the first day of new ownership at local cornerstone the Lansdowne Inn. The longstanding restaurant on Hammonds Ferry Road was purchased at auction for a winning bid of $326,000 by Lansdowne business owner George Panchigar on Aug. 26.
Visitors to Taste of Laurel on Nov. 2 will be able to visit tables set up by Laurel restaurants and try free samples. Last year, there were close to 15 restaurants. This year, The Curry Leaf, Toucan Taco, Mangos and Nuzbacks have all confirmed and more restaurants will be joining them.
The sports apparel maker picked Omegawave, a company based in Espoo, Finland, as winner of the 2014 Under Armour Future Show, its annual best ideas contest for established companies and startups alike.
The Carroll County Board of Commissioners are expected to vote on a mass transit prevention resolution that would eliminate the possibility of mass transportation services leading out of and into the county, said Commissioner Doug Howard, R-District 5.
A new company has taken over the shuttered People's Community Health Centers, which went out of business this summer under mounting financial pressures, yet former employees want to be paid back wages.
A granola company, a cafe and a contracting firm owned by a disabled veteran are the first three recipients of $700,000 in loans from a new Baltimore County program for small minority- and women- owned businesses.
The head of an alleged cocaine ring used a Rita's Italian Ice store in Fells Point and various other businesses to hide money in drug-trafficking operation that stretched from Baltimore to Houston, federal investigators say.
Friends and Baltimore County residents Terri Poleski, 53, and Adrian Goodman, 48, are very different women. But the two have one thing in common: both were diagnosed with, and overcame, breast cancer. Now they are determined not only to raise funds for breast cancer research, but also to raise awareness about the need for early detection and prevention through "Pirates in Pink," their team in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
By By Elaina Clarke and Community Times Staff Reporter
Howard County executive candidates Courtney Watson and Allan Kittleman agreed Tuesday night that this year's election is critically important to the county's future. Where they differed was over whose vision would best serve Howard residents.
Republican Larry Hogan denounced Democrat Anthony G. Brown's handling of the launch of Maryland's health insurance exchange during their second televised debate Monday, calling it a "complete disaster."